You guessed it, we sampled real strummed major and minor chords of an electric guitar (upstroke and downstroke) recorded by direct input. It’s been sampled the way real guitarists play. What does that mean? It means that when a guitarist strums softer, he doesn’t strum all the strings, only the first ones depending if he upstrokes or downstrokes, that’s why this instrument sounds so real. We also sampled, apart from the chords, fret noises, open strings and mutes. All with 5 velocity layers and 4 round robin (repetitions).